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Project 3: Ego (Final)

Viena Lee

Monday, Nov 21, 2016 - 12:06:30 pm

@ Viena Lee Lin Tsin

Here are my completed files! Somehow, the colours here are much different compared to how it looks like in the original files.

Project Ego: Final PDF

Let me explain you to more details of my work and my thinking behind it!

First row: 

City dweller + nature lover = drained out

For the city dweller, I wanted to show how I feel like Read more →

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Project 3: Ego (Process)

Viena Lee

Monday, Nov 21, 2016 - 11:17:32 am

@ Viena Lee Lin Tsin

Hello! This is one of the last few projects of our semester and I elated to receive it because I can finally touch on purely creating illustration, which I have always wanted to do but don’t got the time to.

We are tasked to create 4 rows of Me + Social setting = imagined outcome.

First steps: Inspirations

Currently, I am really into a Read more →

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Project 3: Ego (Final)

Natasya Adistana

Sunday, Nov 20, 2016 - 09:45:26 am

@ Taa >.@

Hi! This is my final project for 2D Foundation I: Ego. For the concept, I divided my ego into myself in four different places and different role.

 1. Carefree + Singapore = Discipline

For the first context I want to show myself as a student. And the main place for my education is Singapore Read more →

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Project 3: Ego (Process)

Natasya Adistana

Sunday, Nov 20, 2016 - 09:44:09 am

@ Taa >.@

Hi! This is my first post for my  2D Final Project: Ego. This post is about the inspiration, process and colour theory of each composition. Click here to see the final composition.

Initial Inspiration: Most of my inspiration is from the book that Ms Ina lent me, Drawn to Stitch by Gwen Hedley. Starting from that book, I research Read more →

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Project 3: Ego Pt. 2 - Final Designs

Justinne Alethea

Saturday, Nov 19, 2016 - 07:02:57 pm

@ tinnethea

[1 – Vagabond + New Places = Anxious]

Vagabond – “Get ready for a rollercoaster trip all over the world.”

Those who travel often like to keep a journal as a memoir of their trips. The composition hence resembles a travel sketchbook, though on a book (which I am currently reading by the way, 1984 by George Orwell), being Read more →

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2D | Project Ego final

Amadea

Saturday, Nov 19, 2016 - 01:36:38 pm

@ Amadea Low

         

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PROJ 3 EGO - PRODUCT

Candy Lee

Friday, Nov 18, 2016 - 09:22:41 am

@ likethatlor.

Hi,

this is my final work:

The colours are mainly Monochromatic

colours that are shade or tint variations of the same hue

no matter throughout the rows or even within the frame (for the top 2 rows).

Here are the close-ups:

Please feel free to give suggestions for improvement 🙂

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Project 3: Ego

Bridgel Sze

Friday, Nov 18, 2016 - 04:41:32 am

@ bird gel

Overview

When we received the brief for this project, I was so excited that I began working on it immediately. To me this project was like a breath of fresh air after project 1 and 2, where we were confined to working in black and white and where we had other certain restrictions. Project 3 allowed us to work with a Read more →

Looks great: just please keep the title consistent for all three projects as : Project 1: My Line is Emo, Project 2: Forrest Gump, Project 3: Ego :)

Project 3: Ego , FINAL

Jiaman

Friday, Nov 18, 2016 - 03:47:01 am

@ Wabi Sabi

Hello,

So here’s my final artworks for Project EGO.

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Explanations

ROW 1

I WANT TO PLAY + The endless workload and responsibilities I have (Chinese words: Day and Night) = My reaction to it (Japanese words: I AM TIRED)

I created a more child like persona for my “Play” to show my Read more →

Great Just please keep naming for projects consistent  Project 1: My Line is Emo, Project 2: Forrest Gump, Project 3: Ego :)

Project 03: Ego - Final Artworks

Gerald Chua

Thursday, Nov 17, 2016 - 12:02:01 pm

@ D I C T A T O R

1 ) Lack of time + Returning to reality = Reluctance

As we grow older, we are caught up with many issues. There are so many things that we want to accomplish but yet so little time to work with. Snapping out of the worries about not having enough Read more →

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